Posts Tagged ‘Pinky Swear Productions’

Today’s Fringenda: Shakespeare & Shakespeare & Company Edition

The life-sucking humidity has subsided, but the Capital Fringe Festival endures. Tonight's offerings, as recommended by trusted agents of the Fringe & Purge Action News and Commentary Squad—and, disproportionately this time, by me—are heavy on the Shakespeare. I'm of the opinion you can't go wrong with any of these.
Tragedy Averted (Fort Fringe – The Shop, [...]

Fringe & PurgeCast #14: Who Do You Think You Are?

It's always a saucy good time when the ladies—and, as it happens this time, gentlemen—of Pinky Swear Productions visit Fringe & Purge Studios. Their third consecutive sex-positive Capital Fringe cabaret has added a Y-chromosome and a playwright (who possess a Y-chromosome) to the mix; hence the title Cabaret XXXY: Who Do You Think You Are? [...]

Today’s Fringenda: Rumors Are Flying All Over Galilee These Days Edition

After a day of rest, week 2 of the eighth Capital Fringe Festival kicks off today with a vengeance: There are 30 performances scheduled this evening, give or take, starting between 5 and 10:15 p.m.
The slate overlaps substantially with the 30 shows, give or take, that the indefatigable Fringe & Purge Action News and Commentary [...]

Fringe & PurgeCast #10 — Love the Ones You’re With

Toni Rae Bortons, Christina Frank, Allyson Harkey and Karen Lange of Pinky Swear Productions vist PurgeCast HQ for an interview and performance following their closing performance of Cabaret XXX: Love the One You're With. Stage manager Brett Abelman (also a member of the Fringe & Purge Actions News and Commentary Squad) provides handclaps and [...]

(Half the) Pick of the Fringe Award Winners, Interviewed!

We have only just started to see straight again after Sunday night's Captital Fringe Festival-concluding bacchanal, which is why it took so long for these video interviews we shot at Fort Fringe that night to see the light of day. We didn't interview all the winners; just the ones who hung around to party [...]

Fringe, Purged: Year of the Woman?

It was a Capital Fringe Festival in which technically impressive shows—whether the technique on offer was digital or manual—were the talk of the Baldacchino Gypsy Tent Bar.
It was a festival that cost more to attend than in prior years, at least until a withering heat wave inspired a $12 weekend ticket special.
And if it didn't [...]

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